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The surprise is that there have been so few surprises. But maybe that’s just what happens when you plant a 5-acre “stylized ...
Every day I receive letters (well, not every day, but every few days...actually, I occasionally receive letters ... okay, I ...
Hard to pronounce, easy to grow, Kolkwitzia Dream Catcher™ was worth waiting for.
Well, here we are again. Funny how Jan. 1st rolls around about this time every year. It's almost a pattern.
When it comes to roses, some of us just can’t say no. Here’s the true confession of one local gardener.
I have twelve beautiful blooming violet plants on my office desk, placed 12 inches from a light source that’s kept burning day and night. I water them from the bottom and let the water remain in the saucer.
No matter what I spray, I continue to have gnats and other insects in my soil. I also occasionally start to get yellow spots on the tips of the leaves and then the spots start going down the leaves. What’s going on here?
I am growing my potted tropical hibiscus indoors for the winter. The leaves are starting to yellow and fall off. Should I give the plant iron and should I fertilize it? Do I cut it back, and if so, when?
We moved into a house with a lovely azalea that didn’t bloom. We thought it might have been over-pruned. Last fall we did not prune it and now it still hasn’t bloomed. I was hoping to transplant it this year, but it looks rather sickly. Shall we prune it again and give it another year? Can I still transplant it?